Connecting you to insurance support

Supports you in determining your insurance coverage for Sanofi medications.

This will typically help determine what is covered by your insurance plan, whether there are any restrictions, and how much money you may have to pay to get your medication (out-of-pocket expenses). An insurance verification will also identify whether your medication needs a prior authorization.

A prior authorization is a verification from your doctor that states that your medication is medically necessary. Your insurance company may require a prior authorization before they will cover certain medications. Reimbursement Connection can provide information about this requirement to your doctor’s office.

Almost all health insurers have a special process to appeal a coverage decision. Reimbursement Connection can provide information about this process to your doctor’s office. In this case, you and/or your doctor would prepare paperwork to support the appeal.

Reimbursement Connection has specialized associates in the Sanofi Patient Connection Education Center that can support you with information and resources to help you understand how you may access low or no cost health insurance coverage you may be eligible for. This includes health insurance plans available in your state, including Medicaid. For additional support and answers to questions regarding your available health insurance options, you may call the Sanofi Patient Connection Education Center at 855-977-2338, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM ET, to speak with an associate about topics such as:

  • Health insurance plans available in your state, including Medicaid
  • Information about the government subsidies you may be eligible to receive to help cover the cost of health insurance purchased through the Marketplace
  • Formulary status on each plan for Sanofi Patient Connection® product(s) you have been prescribed
  • Coordinating contact with either your federal or state-run Health Insurance Marketplace

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